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Medford Historical Society Papers, Volume 18., An old-time Public and private School teacher of Medford, Massachusetts. (search)
dmund F. Hooper. Agnes E. Hathaway. Sarah K. Hathaway. Ned Hastings. Edward Holman. Herbert Holman. Samuel C. Lawrence. Otis F. Litchfield. Horace E. Morse. Herman Mills. Helen E. Mills. Thatcher Magoun, 3d. Sarah Miller. Emily Nason. Helen Porter. Elisha Pierce. Georgianna Pierce. Julia Raymond. Agnes Raymond. The Misses Revalion. Marietta T. Reed. Milton F. Roberts. Frank Stevens. Thomas Silsby. Edward Thorndike. Charles Thorndike. Mary J. Tay. Samuel Vaughn. George Wise. From Malden. Charles G. Fall. Albert W. Moore. From Boston. George Evans. Alfred Evans. Josephine Smith. From Everett. Julian Van Voorhies. Fred. Van Voorhies. From Newbury. Mary A. Jackson. Mary S. Moody. From Winchester. Edward Bacon. John Bacon, Jr. From Woburn. Traverse Morong. From Falmouth, me. Susie M. Noyes. From Vermont. Frances F. Stimpson. From New York. William Adams. From Santo Domingo. Arthur Washington Lithgow. Thoma
Appointments. --R. Rhodes, Esq., a gentleman in every way fitted for the position, has been appointed by the President as Commissioner of Patents. George Wise, of Virginia, a nephew of the Hon. Henry A. Wise, has been appointed to a 2d Lieutenancy in the Confederate Army. Col. E. H. Harris has been appointed Quartermaster to the Fifth Alabama Regiment; Dr. Francis as 1st Surgeon, and Dr. Price as Assistant Surgeon.--Montgomery Confederation.
Geo. Wise, of Virginia, a nephew of ex-Gov. Wise has been appointed a Second Lieutenant in the Army of the Confederate States. Geo. Wise, of Virginia, a nephew of ex-Gov. Wise has been appointed a Second Lieutenant in the Army of the Confederate States.
Stealing a watch. --George Wise was arrested last Saturday and committed to prison to answer the charge of stealing a gold watch from George D. Wootten. He will have a hearing to-day.
Stealing a watch. --George Wise made his appearance before the Mayor yesterday to answer the charge of stealing a gold watch from George D. Wootton the night before. After hearing the evidence Wise was remanded for an examining Court and committed to jail.
not guilty.--The Court acquitted him of burglary, but found him guilty of larceny, and sentenced him to receive 39 stripes. Robt. Huculus, tree negro, charged with feloniously receiving a lot of chairs, stolen from N. B. Tapscott, knowing the same to be stolen, was tried and acquitted. Tom, Henry, and Burwell, slaves, charged with breaking into a store-house of the C. S. Government and stealing 32 barrels of flour, was tried and sentenced to receive 39 lashes. Chas. Rose, charged with being engaged with the above negroes, in stealing flour, was examined and sent on for trial before Judge Lyons. Jeremiah Tibets, charged with entering the store-house of Smith, Lipscomb & Co., on the night of the 3d of December, and stealing one $20 note, was examined and remanded for trial before Judge Lyons. Tibets is a paroled Yankee prisoner. George Wise, stealing a gold watch of Geo D. Wootton, on the 5th inst., was examined and sent on for final trial before Judge Lyons.
e sum of money in gold and silver coin and Confederate notes from W. A. Whitaker. The jury, after having fully heard the evidence of witnesses and the arguments of counsel, returned a verdict of guilty and assessed his farm of confinement in the penitentiary at three years. Sentence was thereupon pronounced by the Judge. The jury summoned to sit in the case of James H. Wilson alias Toombs indicted, with stealing a horse from John B. Stevens, after hearing the testimony of witnesses and the arguments of counsel, returned a verdict of acquittal. Upon the rendition of the verdict, it appearing that Toombs was a deserter from the C. S. army, the Judge corrected that he be taken before Gen. Winder. George Wise, indicted for stealing a gold watch from George D. Wooton, was then examined, and the testimony of witnesses proving his guilt a verdict of guilty was rendered by the jury, assessing him with a confinement of four months in the city jail, to which place he was remanded.